Cohen Campaign Goes North!

Supporters joined Ellen at Don Jose's in the north end of District C for her latest campaign event.

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Cohen Campaign Bash

Thank you, Rabbi Lyon

Council honors Ellen's dear friend and spiritual leader, Rabbi David Lyon, for his 25 years of service.

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New Place to Play on Washington Ave!

Thru the City of Houston Neighborhood Matching Grant Program, Washington Ave installed a new swing set for Nellie Keyes Park!

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May. 20, 2015Houston Public Media

Interactive Timeline: The Evolution Of Houston’s Light Rail

As Metro opens its new Green and Purple lines, here’s a look back at the growth of Houston’s light rail system. Continue Reading »

May. 19, 2015Houston Public Media

Meet Houston’s New Poet Laureate

Robin Davidson already has a long list of literary accolades. Now she can add “poet laureate” to the top of it.

Robin Davidson says she’s starting with three goals as Houston’s new poet laureate. For one, she wants to give back to the University of Houston Downtown, where she’s an associate professor of English. Continue Reading »

May. 18, 2015Houston Public Media

Agreement Could Mean New Rail Options For Houston Commuters

The agreement settles a long-running dispute between Metro and Congressman John Culberson, who’s been a vocal opponent of the proposed University rail line on Richmond Avenue.

Under that agreement, Metro agrees not to do the Richmond project unless voters approve it. Continue Reading »

May. 15, 2015Houston Chronicle

Metro, powerful critic reach compromise

Metro and U.S. Rep. John Culberson have called a truce in their war over a planned light rail line on Richmond Avenue, suggesting an end to an impasse that has stymied local transit development. Continue Reading »